Whether you’re an early riser, or more a fan of the great South African sundowner, there is a perfect sun-gazing vantage point for you in Cape Town. Here are 6 of the best namely: Table Mountain Cableway, Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden, Robben Island, V&A Waterfront, Cape Point, and Groot Constantia .
The 16th of June is Youth Day in South Africa, during which we all remember and celebrate the sacrifices that were made by many for our democracy. In celebration of this important day, we have found some great things to do with your young ones at the Cape Town Big 6 attractions.
Are you visiting Cape Town for the Easter holidays? Or are you a Capetonian and prefer to enjoy a staycation? Start preparing now with our comprehensive list of things to do at the Cape Town Big 6.
In the News: V&A Waterfront presents A MUSEUM CENTRED ON ACCESS FOR ALL.
Cape Town, 22 February 2016 — This past Saturday, the 2016 ZEITZ MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART AFRICA (ZEITZ MOCAA) Gala presented by Standard Bank Wealth and Investment, attracted a prestigious line-up of VIP and celebrity guests onto its red carpet.
The Cape Town Big 6 is the perfect stomping ground for young travellers, adventurers and backpackers.
There’s nothing like a high quality time lapse video to show off the beauty of the Mother City, and local photographer Brendon Wainwright has done it yet again.
The Cape Town Big 6 is giving away an exclusive Monopoly Cape Town board every week for 7 weeks!
The global launch of the Cape Town Monopoly board game took place at the V&A Waterfront’s Clock Tower Square today. And the exciting news is that each of the Cape Town Big 6 occupies a proud position on the official game board.
Mr Monopoly has just been in Cape Town, and he’s been spotted enjoying himself at some of the city’s key attractions ahead of the launch of the Cape Town Monopoly board game this month.
The New York Times recently paid a visit to Cape Town.